While robotics and automation will be valuable tools for streamlining predictable farm tasks, automating creative troubleshooting and technical intuition — skills often associated with precision specialists — will be challenging.
Combining their competences, experiences and technologies, Dewulf and Agrointelli will undertake a joint effort towards offering automated operations with a high level of data acquisition and site-specific optimization.
Horsch and Trimble (TRMB) announced a collaboration focused on developing solutions that enable autonomy in agriculture with the goal of building a future for autonomous machines and workflows in the industry.
Precision specialists are no strangers to being called upon to consistently meet, and exceed performance expectations. The trait translated to dealerships eclipsing 2020 revenue expectations reported in last year’s Precision Farming Dealer benchmark study.
CNH Industrial announced it has completed the acquisition of a minority stake in Bennamann Ltd., a UK based, fast growing agricultural technology company in the field of clean energy. This acquisition will see CNH Industrial become Bennamann’s exclusive strategic agricultural technology partner.
According to a report from Nikkei Asia, Kubota will offer "electric versions of mini excavators and compact tractors used to maintain parks" as part of a plan to reduce carbon emissions by 30% by 2030.
CNH Industrial announced it has completed its minority investment in Monarch Tractor, a U.S.-based agricultural technology company, which will assist in accelerating agricultural industry transformation towards autonomy and electrification.
During the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show, Ag Equipment Intelligence editors caught up with Tami Hedgren, manufacturing lead for tractors and combines at Deere, to talk about what the future holds for Deere and its 5G implementation.
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Robotics and automation are far more than buzz words in agriculture, with companies engineering scalable solutions for farm fields of the future. While these technologies will be valuable tools for streamlining predictable farm tasks, automating creative troubleshooting and technical intuition — skills often associated with precision specialists — will be challenging.